Vipers is a 2008 film directed by Bill Corcoran starring Tara Reid (yes, Vicky from American Pie herself) and Corbin Bernsen .
An army of vipers has been mutated by a scientist in order to create a cure for cancer, But, as there is always a but in those films, the experiment goes wrong, and all the vipers escape into the woods, making their way into a small town, killing the Locals.
Since September of last year we have been bring you some great screenings, including such greats as Night of the Living Dead, Halloween, The Warriors and First Blood. Now for our latest screening we bring you the cult classic Re-Animator. But that’s not all; we are also offering free tickets to see this great bit of horror comedy.
So head on inside to find out how you can get your hands on these free tickets…
We now bring you the final part for Ken’s great Kaiju Neutral Alignment essay, which we hope has brought the world of Godzilla to life for all our readers.
Here in the final part Ken brings together his thoughts on Godzilla and putting them into perspective in today’s world and whether any questions raised about Godzilla, Kaiju eiga and the fears of nuclear attack through a Japanese perspective can be answered.
Ken takes us further into the world of Godzilla with its symbolism and relationship to post-war Japan and how Ken has gone about looking into this and what can be made from it in relationship to today’s Japan.
So, to get your grey matter working and for a bit of theoretical study on the god of monsters, head inside now.
Kens fantastic essay, Kaiju Neutral Alignment, continues with part 2; where Ken takes a look at the fandom of Godzilla and the academic studies that have been made on the iconic monster.
So continue to enjoy Kaiju Neutral Alignment, thanks to Ken. Enjoy and remember, part 3 will be here soon…
Ken brings us his amazing 4-part essay on science fiction Kaiju films (mainly Godzilla) entitled Kaiju Neutral Alignment, which we will be running each day this week.
Here in part 1 Ken introduces us to the world of Kaiju films and how they all started with Godzilla.
Is the fascination in Japanese culture for science fiction Kaiju films and its symbolism born from the fears of nuclear war?
With Halloween only 2 days away Ken brings us some beastly horrors with this Italian American collaboration Primal Rage from director Vittorio Rambaldi.
A scientist at a Florida university inadvertently creates a “rage virus” while performing experiments intended to restore dead brain tissue in baboons. When a journalist for the college paper breaks into the campus lab, he’s bitten by one of the infected baboons; the virus soon spreads to a trio of rapists and a valley girl.
So head on inside for more of this beastly horror…
Ivan continues his journey through the darker side of the swinging 60’s with Gordon Hessler’s Scream and Scream Again. Where a serial killer, who drains his victims for blood is on the loose in London, the Police follow him to a house owned by an eccentric scientist.
So far more fun and screams from the 60’s head on inside…